AirWatch scanning is a feature introduced in Lansweeper 7.2. You will need to update your installation
if you are running a lower Lansweeper version.
From version 7.2 onward, Lansweeper is capable of scanning mobile devices that are enrolled in VMware AirWatch. Specifically, Android, iOS (iPhone and iPad), Chrome OS and Windows Phone mobile devices can be scanned. Scanned data includes device name, enrollment date, model, OS version, IMEI, serial number, installed applications, network details, user info and more.
Step 1: make sure AirWatch scanning requirements are met
Before you attempt to scan AirWatch devices, make sure you meet the AirWatch scanning requirements.
Step 2: create a scanning target
Submit your AirWatch scanning target by clicking Add Scanning Target in the Scanning > Scanning Targets section of the console and select the AirWatch scanning type. Enter a name for your scanning target, your username, password, server URL and API key. At the bottom of the window you can set the scanning schedule.
Step 3: scan your AirWatch devices
Wait for your scanning schedules to trigger or initiate an immediate scan by clicking Scan now next to the AirWatch scanning target under Scanning > Scanning Targets. VMware AirWatch scans do not visually show up in your scanning queue, as they're processed silently in the background.
Step 4: view scanned data
View scanned data by hovering over the Assets menu at the top of the web console and clicking any of the Android, Chrome OS, iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone asset types. This section will take you to an overview of your mobile devices, from where you can click through to those assets' webpages as well. Alternatively, you can view scanned data using the built-in AirWatch reports or custom reports you've created.